SEOUL (Reuters) - Unionised workers at General Motors Co’s (GM.N) South Korean unit voted to approve a tentative wage deal agreed with the automaker, the union said on Thursday.
On Monday, the Detroit carmaker’s South Korean unit reached a preliminary deal with its local labour union, winning concessions on pay and bonuses. That led the company to drop a plan to consider filing for bankruptcy.
A total of 67.3 percent of 10,223 union voters accepted the agreement.
Reporting by Ju-min Park and Hyunjoo Jin; Editing by Edwina Gibbs